Tips For Making Your Children’s Braces More Affordable

As a parent you are sure to want to give your child every advantage you can provide; a straight smile is highly desirable, but many people are not born with one. A lot of children are referred to orthodontists during early adolescence for corrective treatment, but many parents are surprised by the high cost associated with a child getting braces. The financial stress can be even greater when more than one of your children needs braces. Read More 

Maintaining Your Pearly Whites After A Professional Bleaching Treatment

While professional bleaching is arguably the most effective way to whiten your teeth, most cosmetic dentists will limit the number of times you can undergo this procedure in a single year. This limit is put in place to protect your tooth enamel from erosion as a result of frequent bleaching. The only problem is new surface stains can often develop much faster than you can return to the dentist for a new bleaching treatment. Read More 

How to Avoid Damaging Your Teeth with Teeth Whitening Toothpaste

Having white teeth is desirable to everyone. However, there are many teeth whitening products that can be damaging. While they may make your teeth whiter, it can actually be causing more harm than good. This is true of teeth whitening toothpaste as well. It is important that you follow these tips for preventing damage to your teeth while still being able to reap the benefits of the whitening toothpaste you want to use: Read More 

Three Cosmetic Procedures To Repair Your Teeth And Boost Your Confidence

If you have chipped, discolored, or misshaped teeth, you may feel uncomfortable about them and avoid normal interactions such as face-to-face conversations and smiling as much as possible. Working with your dentist, you can find a solution that repairs your teeth and boosts your confidence. The three common treatments below have their own pros and cons, so it's important that you and your dentist work through them together. Bonding Read More 

Low Bone Density And How It Can Affect Your Candidacy For Dental Implants

For a long time, it was a general rule that a lack of bone or bone density was the reason many people were ineligible for dental implants. These days, that's not always the case. There are many ways to still go through the implant procedure even if you start with poor bone density. Bone Density and the Alveolar Ridge Your jaw's ability to hold and maintain an implant once it's there is because of your alveolar ridge. Read More